Nine To Noon for Friday 17 February 2012
09:05 Demographic shifts in the job market
Alan Johnson, author of The Salvation Army "State of the Nation" report for 2012; and Professor Ian Pool, Emiritus Professor, National Institute of Demographic and Economic Analysis, Waikato University.
09:20 Class sizes
Jenny Gellen, principal at Waitara High School; and Peter Livingstone, principal at Tinwald School, Ashburton.
09:30 Roll estimates
John Clark, Group Manager Resourcing who administers staff funding.
09:45 Pacific correspondent Mike Field
Samoa's 50th anniversary of independence from New Zealand.
10:05 Best-selling US author Jennifer Weiner
Why female writers have it tougher than their male counterparts.
10:35 Book review with Harry Broad
A Bloke for All Seasons: The Peter Yealands Story by Tom Percy
Published by Wily Publications
10:45 Reading: The Broken Book, written and read by Fiona Farrell (Part 3 of 8)
Audio will be available here after broadcast.
11:05 Music review with Jeremy Taylor
Leonard Cohen, Lana Del Rey, and the Mark Lanegan Band.
Artist: Leonard Cohen
Album: Old Ideas
Artist: Lana Del Rey
Title: Video Games
Album: Born To Die
Artist: Mark Lanegan Band
Title: Gray Goes Black
Album: Blues Funeral
11:30 Sports commentator
Cricket, sport/business, basketball, baseball, and Sonny Bill Williams.
11:45 The Week That Was with James Elliot and Gemma Gracewood